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15 years. liz: can you throw out a couple names? >> sure, yeah, google, nordstrom's, panera bread, starbucks, southwest airlines, whole foods, the container store, a couple of foreign countries, a group in india. there's a number we identify in the book. liz: i look at these and i think this is how i would think but i'm very sort of california, i get that whole thing, and you were in texas when you founded this, and you were -- look, you talk about in the book how you went with counterculture in the early years and looking at a cooperative, but then you kind of found capitalist in that you realize it is great to make money and grow business. now not only are you at 340 stores you have pretty much telegraphed that to the market you want to triple that to about a thousand stores. are you worried you might lose the conscious capitalist theory in growing as quickly as you want to grow? >> i don't think so. we're growing slower than we have grown before in percentage. we have a dynamic culture that's well integrated in the conscious capitalism tenets. i'm not worried about that. i have
leaders, google getting a downgrade today. google trading down by about a percent. the price target still at $7.90. the real thrust of the downgrade it seems is valuation. google shares hitting a fresh 52-week high, up 39% since june 14th. that compares to the s&p of just 14%. outperformer there. sentiment vastly improved on the name. investors climbing the wall of worry when it comes to costs per click. they want to see some fruit, that the business is gaining some traction. particularly when it comes to youtube monetization and possibly a return of capital to investors, which they say is unlikely. obviously that would get them more constructive on the shares. google, down .75% at this time. >> oracle buying acme packet. despite all the jokes about wile e. coyote. what happens next with network gear. as oracle makes this move. people saying who's next. is it a riverbed, is it something else. but they do this, it's like popcorn for these guys. >> it is popcorn for -- they're an acquisition machine. one of the senior members of that management team, another deal, 22% premium, all cash. not
't afford to live there anymore. i live four steps away from a google bus stop. since the google bus stops have been all over the neighborhood, goomg, apple, intel, hp, they say people are willing to pay these young tekkey kids a 40% premium to live within 10% -- a 10 minute walking distance from a google stop. with you believe this. i live in a rent controlled apartment. my wonderful landlord died. i have new landlords who are big shot super million ayers and i really mean big time millionaires. i'm waiting from one minute to the next to find out what they're going to do to me. because although my husband is still alive, once he dies, and he will die very soon, i have no rights. they can ellis me out, do whatever they want. they've got the money. i am one of those persons who fought very hard for bike lanes, who fought very hard to plant trees in the neighborhood, who fought very hard to keep dolores park safe, and yet i'm sure one of these days i'm going to get kicked out. and i am sick and tired of this, the way the people from the neighborhood have been treated by the likes of our dear
comes hard. >> host: over the past couple of years, we've seen google and facebook and their washington offices grow exponentially. >> guest: right. >> host: we did an interview with the executive vice president of samsung earlier here at ces, and he mentioned that they have one person in washington. um, would you recommend to a panasonic, to a sony that they beef up or keep their washington offices strong? >> guest: well, you know, microsoft didn't have much of a washington office until all of a sudden the feds came after them on antitrust issues. and then you get the justice department going after you on something else, and then you get the sec on something else, then congress passes some law, and your whole business plan's out the window. they recognize -- i mean, it's unfortunate companies need that. but the reality today there are so many conflicting interests that somebody if they have an advantage in washington will write the rules to benefit them. and that can undo your business plan. so, yeah, i'd say to sony -- these companies come out of countries that don't have that kind of
. we're the same way. ibm, google, go on. the list is incredible. >> what about apple? that's a private joke. let me go to rick santelli. while i was gone last week you hit 2% on that ten year. is that the ceiling or could we go higher from here, do you think? >> the conventional wisdom is that treasuries are toast and they're going to be selling off pushing yields higher. the fact of the matter is fives, tens, thirties net change on the year is 12 basis points for fives. 23 basis points for 30s. and since we're still close to historic low yields, the moves are large. if you take them out of that contest text it's not that big. i will consider this. if you look at the japanese stock market, it's up about 8%. but their currency's lost 6% against the greenback. if you didn't neutralize your exchange, you're only up a few percent. it pops out in other places. >> you got to hedge the yen out of the expert story in japan for sure. dani, same question for you. how do you want to allocate capital here knowing the run-up we've had? >> we like at&t. i own it. i've owned it for a long time. anoth
is an opportunity rather than a threat because if you look at kind of google, who is three or four, five years ahead of baidu in terms of mobile platform and mobile search, we noticed that google, for example, has seen click come down, but you're seeing more click because a lot of the mobile has been instrumental. baidu frankly does not have a platform like android. but in the long run, we see mobile as an opportunity rather than a threat. >> so it's interesting you say baidu is three to five years ahead of google. google has done quite well. are there opportunities for investors to look overseas to tap into some of that continued growth? >> actually, i meant to say google is three to five years ahead of baidu in terms of mobile. but it's very, very hard for new entrants to make significant market share in markets where you have an incumbent with 50%, 60% of market share. and for badu to gain market share in other countries where google is dominant, it's going to be very difficult. new entrants has not gained a significant market share. >> we've seen their shares up. i'm just looking here at a price
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in on this, does it? >> there will be a "drive" from these big companies to buy litigation. google is pushing for competitive markets, and that should be our guiding principle, how do we get the least cost and best service, and it can't be from monopolists. >> jennifer: microsoft and google supports the fcc's proposal, right? >> that's exactly right. and the cost of doing this on a universal basis, jennifer is very low compared to the cost of doing it the way we're doing it now through these companies. my service at home is terrible. i have to keep connecting and reconnecting to my cable box and i give lectures and hear many stories about how irritating their service is. and there are visitors to the u.s. who find our internet laughable. >> jennifer: yeah, it is laughable. is the industry powerful enough to stop public wi-fy for all? >> hopefully got for the economy in the long run and economic growth in the future. >> jennifer: all right. thank you so much for joining me again inside "the war room." great to see you. >> thank you jennifer. >> jennifer: up next the
names including google, apple, research in motion, microsoft and amazon in a new report. the problem is that a third of americans right now, according to this report, do not feel in control of their information on mobile devices, so the ftc in this report decided to provide some suggestions for the mobile industry including more disclosure, asking for explicit consent before accessing things like geolocation, even establishing a do not track program for smartphones in the way we have a do not call list. these, however, are merely suggestions. there are no penalts, this is nonbinding, but the ftc is looking closely at this and probably some sort of regulation on the horizon but not imminent at least for now. but, yeah, we do not know what the risks are as of yet, and this gives us a sense that they're just trying to get their arms around this right now. dagen: shibani, thank you for that. connell: let's go back to nicole. i know you have some post-super bowl movers for us. >> reporter: that's right. let's take a look at some of the names and companies that are related to the super bow
companies like google and apple and facebook with incredible growth. in san francisco, mayor lee has welcomed to the fold in twitter, zynga, companies that are into cloud computing, hiring lots of people that not only want to live and work in the valley but recognize san francisco as being part of the valley. we are, indeed, fortunate, from san jose to san francisco, to be part of the innovation economy. we are finally seeing once again california's innovation is leading us out of the last three years of recession. i do not know about you but i am pretty tired of the recession. i made a statement several years ago that it was about time for an adjustment to the economy, things were too expensive, overheated. two years after that, i regretted making that comment. it was great to hear jim say when you look at education, you look at the programs, traveling around the world, that there is one constant. there are people and technology that say this is a place they want to be. entrepreneurs say this is where they want to be. when companies like facebook are started at an institution like h
will bing or google her, whatever your preferences, and learn more about our company. the silicon valley leadership group did a soft launch in january of something we call start-up silicon valley. it is for innovation economy, ceo's in this region to join at the leadership group basically for free. because we want to capture in the them to the dna that david packard, our founder had, which was a balance of running, brilliance, dynamic companies while, at the same time, being deeply engaged in your communities and in the quality of life of your employees. that is the scale that we want to raise up in these incredibly innovative young entrepreneurs. we have about 20 of them here in the audience today. i want to just mention three of them and embarrass them. they do not know i am going to do this. all of these at this in common. they have less than 40 employees currently. their business has been around for less than four years. and, like me, they are younger than 40 years old. [laughter] why are you laughing? [laughter] let me introduce the ceo of snoozie. stand. [applause] the ceo of good
to make wi-fi networks available across the nation. companies like google and microsoft support this plan but cell phone companies are firmly against it since wireless is a $178 billion a year industry. >>> stocks good news here up almost 7% this year. a whopping 114% since the bear market low in march of 2009. the dow 14,000 a peak or will the bulls keep running? you can answer that question. baltimore explodes in celebration as the final seconds ticked off the clock. ravens fans spilled into the streets from bars and restaurants creating a massive street party. game highlights are next. >>> welcome back. now to some stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in southern california where 300 pounds of dynamite leveled a massive power plant. the implosion completely demolished the san diego facility in a matter of seconds to make room for a 24-acre public park and other projects. fun to watch that stuff. >>> also in california, an out-of-control suv crashed into an apartment building. four people inside the vehicle were injured as it ripped through a first floor apartment, destroy
this morning. >> searching during the super bowl. the top search on google during the game was for a live stream of the game. on bing it was the super bowl then the blackout. apple is now the top smartphone seller in the united states if the first time thanks to the launch of iphone 5, with 39 percent of the market, and sam sing had 30 percent. now, the fastest growing mobile game has 50 million downloads in less than two weeks and it deserves i. >> a game of this quality is free, when you download it there are so many challenges, it keeps you coming back. esap >> san ramon, san mateo and all bay area, this is abc7 news. >> it is 4:42. now, the embarcardero and the bay bridge and the bay lights are tested again. it is a pretty only but there are clouds with a change for a cooler week. will we see rain? mike nicco has that coming up. >> president obama today is campaigning for gun reform laws outside of washington. he will meet with law enforcement experts about reducing gun violence. the president will pitch the ban to install universal background checks. key members of the administration
, and i hope you will follow me on twitter and google plus. now a look at the stories coming up in the week ahead. earnings reports are out from disney, bp and technology companies, yelp and linkedin. and on thursday, the fall fashion week kicks off in new york city. on friday, we'll find out if the u.s. is importing or exporting more trade or goods. next week, paul krugman will be here. keep it right here where we are, on the money. have a great
on the internet or google it. in all my years working on the pacific islands, that story of the old blind woman is important. it made me appreciate the overwhelming importance of the knowledge of older people throughout human history. we have the knowledgeable to people that spells the difference between life and death of the entire society. those are the ways in which older people are useful in traditional society. they contribute and the societies treat them well as elderly. the other set of reasons for variation of treatment of the elderly is the society's cultural values, which is done independently as the usefulness of the the elderly. for example, centralized government that have had governments for years, east asia has the philosophy of confucius and his doctrine. it means obedience and respect and support for elderly parents. cultural values that emphasize value to older people contrast the status of the elderly in the united states. older americans are at a disadvantage in getting jobs. for example, a sociologist carried out the experiment of committing dozens of job applications in re
and google play and the bay bridge toll plaza, the early accident is gone but traffic is backed beyond the overcrossing to the macarthur maze and metering lights are on. kristen and eric? >> the san francisco 49ers and the fans are looking forward to next season after the team nearly mounted the greatest come back in super bowl history. the ray develops went up quickly 28. after jones hit a second half kickback it goes up the middle for 108 yards tying an all-time nfl record. the niners reground after a 34-minute power outage and came back with a 15 yard run by kaepernick and in the final minutes they had three chances to score from the five yard game to take the lead but kaepernick could not connect, the ravens hang on to win 34-31. >> it is rough. we did not play our best games and the ravens made a lot of plays. we did battle back. >> there is no greater coach in the national football league or in the world than jim harbaugh. what they have done in two years is unprecedented. >> very kind words from the big brother there. this was the nineers sixth trip to the super bowl and the fir
grew said those accusation are coming from the highest level. >> yeah, good morning. google chairman eric schmidt is going to take china to task in a new book thats he's written. this according to people who have had an early read of it. schmidt will blame china directly for many recent hacks of american businesses, warning china could be the internet's number one enemy, and that the u.s. will be at a disadvantage because american companies can't hack back. it's against american law. early reviewers say schmidt is very direct about his feelings about china. you don't expect that out of high tech companies. they usually coddle their relationship with the chinese. turning to wall street, today's not the day we're going to see any records set. the dow opened at just over 14,000, its highest level since 2007. and had it gained a bit, it would have set records for the highest ever, but today looks like minor losses instead. >>> speaking of losses, we have to eat a bit of crow or raven this morning. last week we dismissed predictions by video game programmers at redwood city's electronic arts t
google. and in the meeting, everybody was a big supporter. i said, mr. president, i love your heart. i absolutely believe in your intelligence. i know you care. i voted for you the first time but i said i would love to know how it's going to be different -- this is prior to the election -- when there's such demonization going on. i think that's the significant problem in our country. it's not one person. we used to be able to have a dialogue. today it's you're right, you're wrong. that process happens in the gun debate, it's happening everywhere in this country. i had a conversation with him and said, listen, if you think the solution that you're telling me you're going to do in your next term is you're going to raise taxes on the wealthy, i'm more than willing to pay that. i'm supportive of that. but that will raise $80 billion. even less now because they cut it from 250 as the cutoff. that will run the country for eight days. $10.4 billion a day. that's not even going to scratch the $1.1 trillion. what else are we going to do? he said i think what will happen is the republicans will
.com. and look for twitter and google plus. >>> now the storys coming up in the week ahead that may move the markets and impact your money this week. earnings reports are out from disney, bp and technology companies yelp and linkedin, among others. >>> monday, the president will submit piece budget for 2013 to congress. and on thursday the fall fashion week kicks off in new york city. on friday we'll find out if the u.s. is importing or exporting more goods with the ball loons of trade released. that will do it for today. my guests next week, paul krugman will be here. each week keep it right here where we are "on the money." have a great week, everybody. i'll see you next weekend. >> this is "the chris matthews show" -- >> ask not what your country can do for you. >> tear down this wall. chris: taking it to the street. barack obama is going to town on -- and taking a page from ronald reagan's second term. and for a man called the great communicator it was historic tax reform. for obama, real steps toward gun safety. and the hegel hearing reminded some of the first debate. and finally, s
. >> how much fun do you have playing her? >> i did google m.c. hammer doing that. i didn't do it like he did it. >>> which is even better. you let yourself go. you go for it. >> that was jai rodriguez. a blast to work with. sara rue. it is so much fun to get back in television after the "reba" show. having a fun time on "malibu country" on friday night on abc. loving every minute of it. >> how much of your character is you? >> pretty much everything. what you see is what you get. i'm pretty much that character. i am -- i try to raise my kids right. i try to discipline them, just like in real life. and so having a blast. lillie mae, lily tomlin's character is a lot like my mama. buddies, best friends. >> you can't fake the chemistry. >> she's wonderful to work with, to hang out with. i just love it. >> if it wasn't enough that you're so honest and so yourself on your show, the show "nashville" another great show i love so much on abc. it's been said that connie br t britton's character is based on you. have you seen it? >> i have. i don't know that it is. i love how they portray the musi
he was close to death. >>> google and microsoft say a free wi-fi service would spark an explosion of innovation that would benefit most americans, especially the poor. but cell phone companies are lob biping against the idea which would -- lobbying against the idea which would let people use their phones without paying a monthly charge. >>> twitter was buzzing during super bowl sunday. fans tweeted between the 49ers and the ravens' showdown. there were 24.1 million tweets. 5.5 tweets were posted during beyonce's half-time show. about 231,000 tweets her minute. >>> welt, the super bowl also said the -- well, the super bowl also set the stage for the ultimate sibling rivalry. the first time two brothers faced each other. in the end, it was big brother, john, and his ravens who came out onen to of jim and the 49ers -- outen to top of jim and the 49 -- out on top of him and the 49ers. >> congratulated him. told him i was very proud. >> i told him i loved him. >> they hugged. the media hype, it really was not a distraction. >>> and jim harbaugh decided to pull alex smith there when he
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companies such as google, microsoft and intel, could end up helping many people in poor countries get onto the web. it could also cement long-term ties between the state department and the companies while opening new markets and reaching new customers for silicon valley. it's another sign of how her legacy will play itself out for years to come. in terms of what she's done. >> exactly. i've written a lot about how she has tried to turn the state department into sort of a business promotion machine. and traditionally this has been with, you know, industries like aerospace, companies like boeing, the tech world, you know, coming into the state department and getting help from the u.s. government is newer. but obviously, google, yahoo! these companies have a lot to gain from getting people internet access in places like africa all around the developing world. on average in developed countries, about 70% of people are online. it's only 20% of people in the developing world. and the reason is that the costs are prohibitive. and it's actually not because people are so poor. it's because the mark
about it, they can google me. i haven't changed my opinion one ioda. >> no, but you haven't flushed it out. >> it's not my job to flush it out. >> no, it's my job to try and ask you to. >> and i'm shutting your butt down. >> why don't poo figeople fight english accented people? we all grew up with cowboys and inyans. you learned how to do this with your hand, just pretending to shoot. we all learned that from cowboys and indians. violence is part of our culture. it has an interesting thing, but it's got a lot of violence in it. these are incredibly violent. don't they influence people? >> i think it influenced my son. i think the video games, probably more so. and it was a big concern for me. >> you're at the lanceburg theater. >> the shakespeare company, i'm doing a play called "hughy." >> i'll come down there. i love that theeter. it's a great theater. thank you, richard shift. he's been on our show and done a little prep for the play. when we return, let me finish with a victory for president obama and the roman catholic faith on the issue of birth controlment they fou. they foun
with 18 of the top tech executives, the guys who started google. and in the meeting, everybody was a big supporter. i said, mr. president, i love your heart. i absolutely believe in your intelligence. i know you care. i voted for you the first time but i said i would love to know how it's going to be different -- this is prior to the election -- when there's such demonization going on. i think that's the significant problem in our country. it's not one person. we used to be able to have a dialogue. today it's you're right, you're wrong. that process happens in the gun debate, it's happening everywhere in this country. i had a conversation with him and said, listen, if you think the solution that you're telling me you're going to do in your next term is you're going to raise taxes on the wealthy, i'm more than willing to pay that. i'm supportive of that. but that will raise $80 billion. even less now because they cut it from 250 as the cutoff. that will run the country for eight days. $10.4 billion a day. that's not even going to scratch the $1.1 trillion. what else are we going to do? he
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on the google earth matchup. the fire happened late last night around 11:45 in the fire is under control and no injuries have been reported. they are confirming that it is a grow house. >> san jose police are investigating a shooting this morning that killed one person and injured another. the shooting happened last night around nine in the one-thousand block of audubon drive. when police arrived they found two victims, one was pronounced dead at the scene, the other was taken to the hospital with non- life threatening injuries. >> more news in a minute but first. here's some niners fans in san francisco's marina district reacting to >> it was depressing and hard for them to handle the loss. but at the same time it gave us a chance to have a great season a great comeback. and it came a little bit short this time. it was a great game. well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's
allow consumers to surf the web without using a pay. google and microsoft say free-for-all wireless is a good idea. >>> the school girl shot by the taliban is recovering in england. moments ago, a video of malala was released. she is getting better day by day. >>> and the 500-year-old remains of richard iii have been confirmed. the skeleton was found underneath a parking lot. >>> retailers, banks and shoppers are adjusting to life without the penny as ottawa phases out the coin starting today. some are spending hundreds of thank you thousands of dollars to revamp the system. the penny is being pha >>> we are looking at a log of fog around bay area. some places seeing visibilities less than an 1/8 of a mile. being to take time for that to break up. temperatures until the 30s and the 40s. i think by the afternoon, the fog will be sitting out toward the coastline. it will keep you cool there as well. only in the 50s. 60s in the bay and the valley. next couple of days, chance of showers returns on thursday. >> announcer: this national weather report spons
done. unlike backdrops, these are actual books. when everyone got google and binge, everyone gave up their encyclopedias and brought them here. >>gretchen: pull one out. >>brian: how about this, the annals of america, i'm going to read. the governor represented a fuller explanation during his interview. i'll read more during the break. >>steve: from what you're doing right there right now, i would imagine you left bourbon street about five minutes ago. >>brian: you are lying. the game was over four hours, as gretchen said in the open, 4 hours, 14 minutes, the longest super bowl in history. we had a quick turnaround, 90 minutes. we were on the field at midnight local time. it was one of those crazy days with a 35-minute blackout. >>steve: it was crazy. did you prepare a report for us this morning? >>brian: no. oh yeah, i did. in fact, i did. here's a look back at one of the most bizarre and, dare i say, electrifying super bowls of all time. >> when the cannons went off both teams were ready to play, but in reality it was the ravens, not the 49ers, going for the gold. joe flacco on fir
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